STOP NATWEST CLOSING OUR BANKS
On Thursday the 1st December, NatWest announced that they would be closing their Broadstairs branch on the 5th June 2017 and their Sandwich Branch on the 7th June 2017.
Customers of the Broadstairs branch will now need to travel over 2 miles to Ramsgate and those using the Sandwich Branch will have to travel almost 6 miles to Deal.
The closure of these branches would cause unacceptable hardship for local residents. NatWest have stated that these closures are occurring due to increasing usage of online banking. However, we must remember that countless people do not know how to use online banking and rely on visiting their bank in person.
Equally for more elderly residents, it is simply unreasonable and disrespectful to expect them to travel so far to visit what is supposed to be their local bank branch.
I have prepared a pro-forma letter so that we can all make our voice heard. Please sign it by filling in the E-signature box below.
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When you sign here I will send a copy of your objection to the Chief Executive of NatWest and other relevant officers.
Please ask your friends and family to also sign my objection. You can also submit your opposition by calling my office on: 0207 219 4442 or by writing to my at the following address: Craig Mackinlay MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA